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17 years in prison for abusing her quadruplets. next at 9:00, she spent 17 years in prison for abusing her quadruplets. >> tonight she is out of prison, and two -- amazing! what if i told you, you are eating a jack's brewhouse bacon burger from jack in the box. not this one. absolutely lying. and what if i told you... that i'm jack. whaaaat?!! no way! no! didn't see that coming, did you? porter ale cheese sauce, grilled onions, and bacon on a artisan potato bun.
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next. it was a story that absolutely stunned the valley in the late '90s, an avondale mother of quadruplets sentenced to 172 years in prison for child abuse. elizabeth witle was accused to violent shaking babies and causing harm to them. >> she was sentenced to 17 years in prison, but in the end always maintained her innocence. today she was released from prison. her four babies were eventually sent to foster families and put up for adoption after she was
>> two of those kids are talking about what their lives have been like these past 17 years. >> danielle miller joins us live with their story. danielle? >> yeah, john and kari, we are here in queen creek where two of the children were adopted out. these two tell us tonight the fact that their biological mother was released from prison today brought back a lot of feelings and emotions. >> i think it was a i think a blessing came out of the tragedy. >> that blessing for sandy reed, her two adopted sons, matthew and michael. >> we got the boys when they were three months old. we got them right after the abuse happened. we got them out of the hospital. they were very small, and they were broken and beautiful. >> the boys biological mother, 42-year-old elizabeth whittle
child abuse involving her quadruplets. >> i feel like -- i don't know, it's almost not real. >> reporter: police say when i had shook the insignificants, causing brain damage, broken bones and detached retinas. matthew and michael now 17 years old, thriving, happy, healthy. >> i couldn't wish for a better home, honestly. the environment here, the home, the animals, i couldn't have it any other agreement that reduced her sentence. we asked matthew if he forgives her. this is what he had to say. >> i do forgive her. i don't have to see her. i don't have to talk to her. but i forgive her as a person. i forgive her for what she has done because if she never did what she did, i wouldn't be where i am today, so even though the bad stuff happened, a lot of good has come out of it, and so
because i wouldn't be where i am at today with all of these people that i love, and they love me. >> reporter: and i also asked matthew tonight if he has any intentions on possibly meeting his biological mother, and he tells me that right now he's just not ready, possibly when he is a little bit older he could consider something like that, but as for his biological mother, she will be watched and viewed for about the next two years or so by the state. we are told that if she breaks any of her terms and conditions of for those two years that she could face prison time. coming up tonight at 10:00, we have some very exciting news for matthew, that you just saw there in that package, we'll show you what he is hoping to accomplish in this next year. reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news. thanks, danielle. she was a state treasure. there is no other way to put it, rose mofford, the state's first female governor, died today. she was 94 years old. she had been in hospice care last month when she was injured
led. >> a native of globe arizona, mofford was a trailblazer for women in politics in arizona. mofford was an arizona democrat who started her political career as an office secretary, eventually rising through the ranks to become the first female secretary of state in arizona, and then she went on to become our first female governor. she served as governor from 1988 to 1991. and today people across the state and across the country mourning the loss of rose flags were lowered to half staff to honor our former governor. and those who knew and loved rose mofford are finding their own ways to pay tribute to her. marcy jones joins us live now to show us what an amazing life in those 94 years. >> absolutely. and we are here outside of phoenix city grill, where rose was a regular. now, they say that the table that eventually became rose's, she picked it because it was right next to the door, and it
them, laugh. they say that's what they are going to miss the most. >> rose mofford to me stands for someone who fought for social issues for people, equality, and we need more politicians like that these days. >> reporter: not only was rose mofford a pioneer and a fierce politician, she was also a woman about town. >> there is nothing more arizonan than governor rose mofford. so we named the room after her, made a drink is the most popular drink on the list as well. >> it even has a corner dedicated to governor rose. >> this is her table, her plaque here. and it is a corner, we have customers come all the time and request this table just to be at her table and kind of share a little bit of our history. >> they say because she did so much for the community, they wanted not only to show her a fabulous time, but also make her feel a little special. >> we used to talk about rolling
and so at one point in time, our owner, sheldon, rented a red carpet for her and rolled out that red carpet for her and brought her over to her table, and this was her favorite spot. >> reporter: of course, this is just one of the many fun aspects of rose. and i had to ask if she had a favorite dish that she ordered all the time, and the answer was chicken pot pie. obviously, a woman with impeccable taste in more ways than one. reporting live, marcy jones, fox 10 news. >> that figures for a woman from glove that she liked something pretty simple in the end. governor doug ducey calls mofford an arizona treasure. he says rising through the ranks of state government to our state's top office, she shattered a once unbreakable glass ceiling and served as an unparalleled model too many, a former treasure that will surely
>> and governor jan brewer says she considered her for a true friend for the 40 years she knew her. >> earlier tonight, i spoke to former mayor goddard about mofford's legacy. he knew her quite well. she became governor following the impeachment of evan mecham in 19 88. and she was to fill the vacancy. >> she had no vision as to party. she was completely open to anybody in any part of arizona, and they were her friends. they were truly her friends. and so when she took over the governorship in a time of incredible division, incredible hostilities, and frankly a lot of doubt about whether arizona could survive. you know, it was a rough time, and she came in and she healed the waters.
state to people to pull together, and i think it gave us all hope. >> it did. mofford was an amazing person in that regard, that she could heal the divisions just with that smile that lit up a room. goddard says mofford never stopped giving in her later years in life and was one of the most generous people he ever met. >> she married a phoenix police captain back in 97 divorced, had no children. there will be a public mass, and the date for that has not been announced yetment -- a shooting overnight, one suspect taken into custody, the other suspect ran off from police. after an extensive chase that shut down i-17 for hours, police say the suspect pointed a gun at them and they opened fire and
suspect also arrested three other people in connection to drugs as part of that investigation. three phoenix police officers hurt after a man hit them with his car outside of a quiktrip convenience store. and investigators believe that man did it intentionally. tonight, thankfully all three officers are out of the hospital. they are recovering from their injuries at home. but some fourth grade students at sun valley charter school in south phoenix, they were worried abou decided they wanted to send them well wishes. so the entire class made handwritten get well cards for the officers to show their support and encouragement. their teacher says the kids heard about what happened and they wanted to help. >> i'm sorry for the accident. i was going to say get well soon. >> thank you for protecting our community and keep believing and don't give up. get well soon. >> he said, "keep healing," and
and he said, well, i don't mean physical, because your bones break and then you heal. i mean they want to go back and do their job. you know, healing isn't just about you getting better physically, but it's about wanting to continue doing what you love. >> that is the fourth grade teacher who is in charge that classroom, and she helped the kids pull this all together. this is the man accused of running the police officers down with his car. he's behind bars tonight facing attempted murder charges and assault charges as well. across america, a man attacks new york police officers with a meat cleaver in the middle of manhattan rush hour. the man was angry. his car had been locked with a parking boot, and when officers confronted the 32-year-old man he pulled out an 11-inch meat cleaver from his vehicle and started waving it wildly. witnesses describe what happened next. >> he runs down 32nd towards
seconds after the chase starts, that's when you hear all of the shots, bam, bam, bam, bam, bam. >> the suspect was shot and is in critical condition. three police officers were injured. one of them seriously with a slash wound to the face. nypd says the attack is not terrorism. well after a nice day, pretty nice night tonight. we have got a good looking week in the forecast. we'll have that forecast for you coming up. a lot of people say this could be the yet for sheriff joe arpaio. how his opponent, paul penzone, is getting some help from a man with deep pockets. but first, cat owners know how smelly litter boxes can be. could there be a remedy to that problem? a valley man says, yes, he's invented it. we are going to show it to you
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now they're terrorists. they are not just cats. they are terrorists. tonight only on fox, a man invents a device to end an age old problem for cat owners, dealing with the stinky litter box. >> one of the bad things about having cats. even better, though, his device also creates jobs for valley veterans. linda williams sniffs it out. >> people may love their kitty cats, but those litter i mean, whether we like it or not, it does smell. >> it's awful. but you love the cats anyway, so you put up with it. >> valley entrepreneur dwayne baker felt the same way. >> i got tired of the smell. i got tired of waking up in the morning to the overwhelming smell of the litter box. >> in his case, necessity was indeed the mother of invention.
with his mom birdy, also an inventor, with one goal in mind, taking the smell out of cat litter boxes. >> you have no idea how it stinks in there. you have got the fan in your bathroom. how about we put one in mine? >> introducing the >> the key, baker says, is the smell never leaves the litter box. lab testing backs that up. >> we are taking the ammonia vapor and all of the bacteria smells and pulling them into the fan, instead of letting them ooze out the front. >> on amazon, it costs about $30, filters about $15.
to come down considerably as he markets, makes agreements and shops it to new buyers. he lance to keep the manufacturing in arizona, using mostly veterans to assemble, though there was pressure to ship many aspects overseas. >> i have said since the beginning that we want to provide jobs. it's not lip service. this is something that we really want to do, because americans deserve jobs. >> so in this building in ahwatukee, the product is assembled using mostly products made in arizona. there are many other assembly contracts here underway as well. baker, a high school dropout who then joined the army, wants his story to be an inspiration to others, be they high school dropouts, veterans, or inventors. he hopes to continue growing dnkb inc. into a manufacturing
success. linda williams, fox 10 news. that's great. well, we have more information on that invention on our website. you can find it there at fox10phoenix.com. still ahead tonight, new developments in the problems with the galaxy note 7 phone that's been known to start on fire. an official recall now on that phone. what you need to do if you own one. well, you never want to say "must win" this early in the season, but l's many play-off contending teams start the season losing their first two games at home. larry fitzgerald on the sense of urgency for sunday's game against dirk cutter's tampa bay buccaneers. richard saenz at cards practice. we are closing in on nfl sunday
what? >> this morning, there was a little bit of a nip in the air. it was great. >> just a bit. you had to live through a phoenix summer to feel a nip in the air. >> it was great. >> oh, they are laughing over there. have your chuckle. >> he's having flashbacks to north dakota. you can really feel the weather starting to change. not so not anymore. brenda snapped this gorgeous photo of the superstition mountains, and the sun went down, the moon came out, and an absolutely stunning picture. forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> i'm just chuckling about what we consider to be chilly. somebody from des moines goes, wait, that's our summer high. come on. take a break. it's 85 degrees right now, or i should say it's chilly right now. we have wind out of the southwest at about six miles an hour. city looking good, the numbers looking good, 77 in surprise,
this time. and as we back off from the state, we see a little bit of something early in the day over in the white mountains, but most of the moisture is off to the east or off to the north of us at this particular time. there you go with the high on the day, we go to 97 degrees. we have a 95 in buckeye. we have a 94 up in deer valley, and 93 at gateway. we look around the state here, we get 84 up in sedona, 87 at kingman, 96 at gila bend. right here is your day, 97 on 100 and 77 would be your normal high and your normal low, 110 record high for the day, 53 your record low for the day. other numbers that we have would be the forecast lows for overnight tonight. they are nice looking, 60-degree temperatures, mid-60s, upper 60s, a few low 60s pushed in there as well. and then we give you a look at the forecast for tomorrow, which is very much like today, mid-90s, maybe a little more
scottsdale, a 93 forecast up in cave creek, and these temperatures on the west side a little bit warmer in some areas as they get close to the triple digits. in fact, we'll forecast triple digits down in yuma at 101. 87 is the forecast for globe, and 71 up in flagstaff. take a look at what's going on across the country here. look at this storm system right here. it comes out of minnesota, and it almost engulfs all of iowa. watch this. it just sort of comes most all of the northern sections of iowa taken, and then look at that storm as it just really widens out. this is the storm people have been talking about. it is julia, of course, continuing on as a tropical storm with winds at 40 miles an hour. and just what we might say meandering now, just kind of running around. look at the track that it's been on, all over the place here in the area right off the shore of the carolinas. so they are getting a lot of
those areas. but it has backed off the shore enough that it's pulled a lot of that rain out of there. take a look at your high temperatures on the day. still getting those mid-90s, upper 90s, look at that, 98 degrees in memphis. in washington, d.c., 77, in new york 75 degrees as a little bit of that cool air starts to filter in there. but look at wichita at 86 degrees, omaha at 84 degrees. we get some nice temperatures out in the west, but it is 80 degrees in portland, 72 seattle. overnight, look for 68 degrees. 96 degrees for tomorrow. we'll see sunshine as it warms into the weekend, 99 on saturday, and then by sunday we'll be looking at 102 degrees. that will back off a little bit as we get into next week, and we'll produce some more 90s out of that. watch your kids around water. >> thanks, dave. just a reminder, when dave is, you know, sitting in the backyard, if he's chilling out, you can get weather alerts from
using our fox 10 weather app. you don't necessarily get dave, but you get the info and it's free. you can download it. apple has it or the google play store. >> and just know when you download it, dave is having a good time. >> dave always has a good time. >> all right. coming up in the buzz, how long can you stare at someone? let's say you want to check someone out. before it starts to get you know -- >> okay. that was short. >> you see someone good looking, you want to glance over, but you don't want it to feel kind of weird, there is some science behind it. we'll tell you how many seconds you have before you officially become a creeper, and you have probably past it. all right. first the fight over senate bill 1070, it's over, remember, the controversial immigration law, where does it stand now?
you're watching fox 10 news with john hook and kari lake in hd. it was a senseless, selfish act that killed a valley social worker who dedicated her life to helping other people. a man intending to commit suicide intentionally caused the crash that killed her. >> that man right there, he survived, but he killed this
process as well. and we are learning more about the suicidal man and much more about this victim. steve krafft spoke to the woman's friends. >> this is a story about a man who blew through a red light because he wanted to get into a car crash because he wanted to kill himself. >> keith johnson makes his initial appearance in court. >> sir, give me your name. >> keith joseph johnson. >> and your date of birth. >> >> police say johnson was depressed when he was driving and made a sudden fateful decision. this police report says as keith johnson drove west on peoria over these railroad tracks, he decided to keep on going through the light at litchfield road and cause an accident, an accident to kill himself. only he killed someone else. 46-year-old margie yaw mellows of surprise, a social worker who
way in troubled times. >> i don't know. >> it's too hard to take. i understand that he was ill, but margie had a lot of life to live, and she had a lot to give to everyone. it was just a great loss. >> margie's friends say she has a son in high school and another of kindergarten age. she died because johnson drove through a red light and t-boned her white volkswagen. >> devastated. she has two boys that are absolutely heartbroken, that no longer adore and miss completely, and honestly just speechless about what's taken place at this point. >> keith johnson is being held for second-degree murder murder and aggravated assault. steve krafft, fox 10 news. remember these scenes? and it's been a point of contention for more than six
1070, signed into law back in april of 2010. in the days that followed, there were protesters, and then the supporters of the bill, they all took to the streets, demonstrating, some of those demonstrations turning violent at times. over the years, more than half a dozen lawsuits were filed over sb 1070. eventually, the u.s. supreme court struck down most of the law, but today a decision that will keep the papers please portion of senate bill 1070, portions that people fought really the hardest. the civil rights group that have been fighting sb 1070 for years are ending their challenge to the law, meaning the papers please provision will stand, and the six-year legal battle is now over with. attorney general brnovich wrote guidance on what police can and can't do when checking someone's immigration status.
someone, you can't detain someone unnecessarily, but indeed if someone is in custody or has been detained lawfully, then you can check on the immigration status. >> according to the attorney general, law enforcement officers must document the reasons for their suspicion as to why they think a particular person is in the country illegally. the american civil liberties union says this will bring accountability to officers. the general election less than two months away, and the really heating up and getting some outside attention. sheriff joe arpaio is seeking his 7th term, but this election could be his biggest opponent yet, paul penzone getting unsolicited help from a billionaire out of state donorment andrew hasbun explains. >> the group behind these may recalls reportedly has ties to
democratic megadonor, one of the richest men in the country. the mailers sent by a group pcalled arizona strong, which reports suggest has ties to the billionaire activist. the race against phoenix police sergeant paul penzone will likely be a close one, and that may explain why outside groups, like the one who sent these mailers are getting involved. however, today the sheriff he's not concerned. >> here's a guy coming into maricopa county and trying to influence who the sheriff should be? no. it's the 4 million people that will do that. and my secret weapon, in 24 years, has always been that i go to the people. >> in a statement, paul penzone said i was ahead in the polls long before an independent expenditure was formed. i trust maricopa county voters
state groups, including the sheriff's supporters. it is against the law to work with out of state expenditure groups. andrew hasbun, fox 10 news. remember a month ago, people were saying hillary clinton had this election in the bag. those thoughts are gone right now, but it could change again. right now donald trump has narrowed the gap. the 2016 presidential race is now essentially a dead heat. according to the latest fox news poll, hillary clinton top in a fourway ballot, but if you throw in libertarian candidate gary johnson and green party candidate jill stein, donald trump has a 1-point edge in a likely two-way ballot. keeping very busy schedule this week, he made two tv appearances, one on a late night
where he revealed his latest medical records. trump is a little overweight, takes cholesterol medication to lower his cholesterol, all of his tests in the normal range, according to his doctor, and earlier today spoke at an event in new york, and tonight he's talking economics in new hampshire. >> and just so you understand, new hampshire has a special place in my heart, because this is where i won my first primary, right? and we are going to stop the heroin, a all of the problems that you have, because you have them, and we are going to stop them. okay? >> by the way, he's in new hampshire. new hampshire turns out, even though there aren't a lot of electoral votes, it is still a battleground. the polls show trump's fortunes improving in new hampshire, although he was stubbed by the state's leading newspaper, the union leader, which endorsed gary johnson.
bitter situation with the paper since last year. hillary clinton returned to the campaign trail after her bout with pneumonia, taking a couple of days of rest. here you see clinton boarding her campaign plane for the battleground state of north carolina where she spoke. clinton was clearly eager to show the world that she is feeling better. >> i -- i am not great at taking it easy, even under order circumstances. but with just two months to go until election day? sitting at home was pretty much the last place i wanted to be. >> the real clear politics average of recent polls in north carolina has clinton leading trump by six tenths of a point, which may explain why clinton made her second visit to the tar heel state in just one week. >> exactly. you want to know what's going on in the race, you watch where they are campaigning. that tells you a lot. >> you start to feel like if you don't live in a battleground
kind of don't, actually. that's right. it's been linked to dozens of fires, and now an official recall on the samsung galaxy note 7, what you need to know if you own the phone. and an atv that can fly made by a man with no engineering experience, why the u.s. military is taking notice of this. >> plus, an attraction coming to california's legoland, details
not this one. absolutely lying. and what if i told you... that i'm jack. whaaaat?!! no way! no! didn't see that coming, did you? porter ale cheese sauce, grilled onions, and bacon on a artisan potato bun. jack's new brewhouse bacon burger, new from jack in the box. hey, where did jack go? he was just here. problems mounting for wells fargo. the bank was hit last week with a $185 million fine. employees accused of opening some 2 million bank accounts without customers' knowledge, and now federal prosecutors are
into wells fargo's sales and practices. the bank's ceo is scheduled to appear tuesday before a senate banking committee. our government officially recalling those samsung note 7 phones, the u.s. consumer safety agency telling customers to immediately stop using them and turn them over these reports that the batteries can catch fire, samsung already issuing its own voluntary exchange program for the workers. dollar general is looking for workers, adding 10,000 jobs in the next month as it continues to open new stores over the rest of the year. meanwhile, the 30-year fixed rate mortgage ticking up to 3.5% this week, still at pretty low historical levels. and corpus christi texas, the best american city for kids according to real estate website
it took america's 100 biggest cities and then started looking at things like neighborhoods, local parks, the average yard size for homes. corpus christi won. that's business, i'm neil cavuto. a louisiana man has created an all terrain vehicle that can fly and the u.s. military is very interested in using this. the inventor calls it the sky runner. it's now among the newest aircraft that the f.a.a. certified as safe to fly. he initially built it for fun, notice. the aircraft would be helpful in bringing small teams of soldiers into remote battle fields or quickly evacuating them out. the sky runner's cruising speed is 40 miles an hour, and the price tag is not cheap at $139,000. >> wow, i like that. some cool new attractions coming to legoland in california. a lot of arizonans go there and check out legoland with their
which you know will be a hit. it will open to the public in march of next year. there is also a surfer's bay display. that attraction opens next summer. coming up next in the buzz, if you're going to stare at someone, don't lock eyes for too long. there is a magic number of seconds that makes it weird. we'll tell you what that is. >> yes, it's the official creepy vibe plus, it was an unbelievable scene in china, a giant moon balloon. this looked like an oversized blueberry coming at you.ld happ happened in phoenix? we are talking about it next in
it's time for the buzz... where we time for the buzz, we talk about the stories we are thinking that all of you may be talking about. >> first up, well, we are going to start with tonight. we all know heroin use and overdoses are at an all time high, and obviously what's being done to stop it is not working. seattle is proposing something new, very controversial. it's a safe space across the city where users can go to shoot up with medical supervision. the thinking is that this would reduce overdoses and deaths, but critics say that this is just condoning illegal, dangerous drug use not combatting it.
argument on both sides, but i think if you get to that point, you are kind of throwing in the towel on it. you are saying, look, we are not going to stop this, we are going to help people shoot up and at least make it safer. >> i keep hearing that we need to reduce the sentences and make it easier on nondrug violent drug offenders, but i think the people pushing the drugs and selling them to be punished hard. >> did you see this in china? i thought it wasn't real when i first saw it. it's a typhoon that set this inflatable moon balloon loose. the half deflated ball rolling across a construction site into traffic. the pedestrians, look at this, a woman on a bicycle, people in the road. i really did think it was fake. it was very real.
lunacy. >> they cut away right then and you never see it. >> i want to see this rolling down the 51 or the 17 right during rush hour. wouldn't that be cool? >> you are diabolical. >> apparently nobody was hurt, no one. >> that is the shocker, to be honest. >> yeah, that's the shocker. this is is actually some science behind this. you ever stare at someone that you find interesting, maybe good looking, and then you kind of wonder, did i overdo it? did i come off a little bit creepy? research has determined the exactly moment that a glance does become a creeper stare, and when you kind of go from cool and comfortable to just disturbing. uk researchers say 3.3 seconds is the maximum time that you can stare at somebody. so basically, set the glance,
look away. it's getting weird, isn't it? >> it's getting very weird. >> you know what what's interesting, i thought it was going to be five seconds. when we did this for five seconds, it was an eternity. >> which is why so many people believe you're a creeper, because you have been going with five seconds your whole hief life, and it's been -- >> your to our facebook pages, post your thoughts, john hook, fox 10 and forget about the other part of this. >> kari lake, fox 10. we would love to hear from you. >> 3.9 just the other night. >> i was wondering who i was is staring at, probably at jude. >> fitz against the buccaneers, and a final last good-bye for a mercury legend tonight.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody ay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes,
blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? mom,
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they just didn't stop and then... i'm really sorry. i wrecked the subaru. i wrecked it. you're ok. that's all that matters. (vo) a lifetime commitment to getting them home safely. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava in hd. you never want to use that term must win the second week of the season, but really, let's face it, in this all or nothing season, if you're entertaining thoughts of a play-off run, you never want to lose your first
sure. the cardinals anxious to get back on the field as they get prepared to take on dirk cutter's tampa bay buccaneers. you remember dirk. richard saenz checking in at cards practice today with larry fitzgerald. >> low snap, he gets it down, and the kick is... no good. >> yikes, not the way the cardinals expected to start the year, losing at home and starting out with an 0-1 record? could week two already win game? if you ask fitz, every game is a must win.p>> this is not baseba basketball where you play a hundred plus games or 80 plus games. every week, you have to be fighting and scratching to get wins so you don't get behind the eight ball. >> it's early in the season, but the good teams don't lose two in a row, and the cardinals have been good at avoiding that in
same. >> you can't panic and feel like the walls are closing in on you. realistically, it's september, and nobody makes the play-offs in september, and that's a fact. but we understand that each quarter in the season you have to take care of business and make sure you're doing what you need to to put yourself in a position to win games. >> especially home games. i'm richard saenz, fox 10 sports. >> what do you see we take a look at the lineup for sunday. it starts at 8:00 a.m., fox nfl kickoff, 9:00 a.m. fox sunday, kickoff right here on fox 10, bucs, cardinals, and stay with us after the game, bruce arians, podium, richard saenz in the locker room. thursday night football, we shuffle off to buffalo, look at this throw on the run, hey, how about that touchdown. they make it tight, it's 20-17, the jets holding on to a lead in the third quarter. ryan fitzpatrick, played his
in arizona. keep an eye on coleman, taking it to the house, that's shuffling off to buffalo. the bills lost that first game of the season last weekend. matt forte a huge night, three touchdowns. how about this, jets win 37-31. archie bradley, you want hope for the future, man he looked good tonight, striking out sieger, striking out turner here, how about this, a lengthy performance, gonzalez, he went six innings, scattered nine hits, gave up only three runs, coming off a sweep of the rockies, trying to show a little life here, this blast off rich hill, 1-0 arizona. keep in mind they have the four and a half game lead against the giants in the west. keep an eye on owings, duffy going to score, diamondbacks
game sweep. this time, it's paul goldschmidt to left field, jean segura going to go for it at home plate, 7-3, how about that. dbacks take the dodgers. a special thank you to penny taylor who had such a brilliant career, her last home game as the mercury. mercury trying to qualify for the post-season, and taylor was there again, steps in on the steal, leads the break, go on to win 86-62. with the win, the team will qualify now for the post-season. mercury over seattle, 86-62. when we come back, some of you may remember a decade ago, dirk cutter was coaching at arizona state. now he's with the bucs. find out what he has to say about the cardinals in 20 minutes. right now, it's time for fox 10 news at 10:00 with kari
first on fox tonight, it was a case, a crime that shocked the valley in the late '90s. an avondale woman convicted of abusing her four babies, quadruplets, shaken so violent, according to police, that their bones were broken, and some even suffered brain damage. but tonight, after more than 17 years behind bars, elizabeth whittle is out of prison, a free woman. she was originally sentenced to a hundred and 72 years behind bars, even though her innocence all along, but because of a plea deal it was reduced to 17 years. after her arrest, the babies were placed into foster care. eventually they were adopted out to new families, and tonight two of her boys are talking to fox 10. fox 10's danielle miller is in queen creek tonight with more. danielle? >> reporter: we are here in queen creek where two of the boys grew up with their adoptive